The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.30, April 20, 1932

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1932-04-20
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Article(s): Students to assume city management -- Ross to represent Webster in festival -- Engineers study whirlwind motor -- Medical professor shows misnomers -- Program planned for next year's "Y" organization -- Women compete for rifle honor -- Sorosis to give annual productions -- Alpha Tau Sigma first in contest -- Former university instructor dies -- More candidates heeding call for loyal soldiers -- University men to go on tour -- Class decides press at fault -- University needs twins for study -- Geologists study rock formations -- Students give one act plays -- Wichitans participate in state meet of scientists -- Melodies of bygone day in 'Drunkard' -- W.U. delegates attend conclave -- Prehistoric roach found in Kansas -- Asks uniform entrance test for colleges -- Robins talks to students in assembly -- Y.M.C.A. men go to Topeka meet -- Canines heed many calls -- Survey checks student hours -- Fewer hours of labor, prospect -- Student writes book in Spanish -- C. C. Isely addresses sophisticated N.Y. group -- Women accept activities limit: Sororities restricted to one dance each school year -- Students plan goodwill tour -- Liberal arts lack purpose -- Action in mine case questioned -- Columbia editor may accept aid in ouster fight: Students in revolt since the ousting of editor Harris -- Ball mystery now solved -- "Yellow Dogs" yelp no more: Headquarters of extinct organization was in Fisk [sic] Hall -- Author advises less pretense -- Shocker society: Military formal planned for Friday evening; Purpl and gold feature formal; University girls plan mother's tea; University group gives steak fry; Eloise Clark is bride-elect; Websters use sports theme; Sororities plan last parties of school year; University students to be presented; Gus Lehman gives cabin party; Chief Wilson speaks at fraternity meeting; Mildred Kelly is guest of honor; Matrix members hold picnic meet; Fraternity Mother's Club entertains; Mrs. Shippley will give talk; Fairmount Library Club hears Dr. Wall; Geneva conference discussed by Dames; Install officers at Y.M.C.A. dinner; Hypatia holds meet on campus; Scabbard and Blade make dance plans; German clubs meet jountly at Friends; Collester will write Dramatic Club rituals -- Relay teams to Lawrence; Triangular meet Monday -- Goerger takes mile and half mile teams in the Kansas relays -- Aggie trackmen defeat Shockers -- Eagles remain undefeated by close victory -- Eagles team in narrow victory -- University to be represented in varsity baseball -- Hays shoots medal score -- Tennis team wins match and ties one -- Olympic chance lures athletes -- Many entries in A.V.I. meet here April 30 -- Many entries in Kansas relays -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- Athletes housed by Greek custom
Photograph(s): Former students to marry: Miss Eloise Clark whose marriage to Mr. Harold Argo will be an event of May. The formal announcement of the engagement and approaching marriage was made Monday evening when the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. J. E. Clark presided to a group of guests at her home, 148 North Rutan. Both of the young people are former students and well known on the University of Wichita campus. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Prominent: Pictured here is Miss Helen Fairchild, junior at the university, and prominent in extracurricular activities on the campus. She is a member of Pi Kappa Psi sorority. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, April 20, 1931. - 4 pages
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